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Greater Nevada Mortgage Services announces new consultants



(CARSON CITY, Nev.)—Greater Nevada Mortgage Services (GNMS) has hired new mortgage consultants for its Carson City and Dayton branches. In addition, mortgage consultant Carrie Bryan, most recently located at GNMS’south Reno office, has moved to the Spanish Springs branch.

Celia Barrientos, who worked for Greater Nevada in the past and was named the 2010 GNMS Branch Mortgage Consultant of the Year – Top Producer, has rejoined GNMS in its Carson City offices serving the Carson City, Dayton, and Lyon County areas. Fluent in both English and Spanish, Barrientos has taught financial literacy at Nevada Hispanic Services and is actively involved in Relay for Life.

Liz Rhow was hired as a mortgage consultant at the GNMS Dayton Branch. She has more than 20 years of mortgage lending experience, holds a bachelors degree in business administration, and is a member of Toastmasters.

Carrie Bryan has worked in mortgage lending since 2005. She serves on the Reno Sparks Association of Realtors (RSAR) Education Committee, and is involved in Relay for Life and the Salvation Army. She is now located at the GNMS Spanish Springs Branch.

Greater Nevada Mortgage Services provides lending products to assist a variety of borrowers throughout Nevada, from investors to first-time homebuyers. GNMS has several locations throughout northern Nevada and provides local service for its customers. For more information about GNMS, call 800-526-6999 or visit www.gnms.com.

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